An aspirant should not be completely blamed if s/he is not able to clear UPSC Prelims. There is gulf between what UPSC Prelims test series offer, and what UPSC actually expects from a candidate. Continue reading “UPSC Prelims 2020: Consistency tracker group”
I will try to keep this post in the rawest form possible, so that it does not remain merely a collection of beautifully stitched words! Continue reading “My close experience with her Depression and Anxiety attacks”
Two important prerequisites for a good score in UPSC Sociology are:
1. Basic conceptual clarity of Sociological concepts
2. Ability to smartly apply these concepts to Current Events
All questions in UPSC Sociology, 2019 were driven by CURRENT AFFAIRS!
Questions in UPSC Sociology 2019 were a smart mix of: Continue reading “UPSC Sociology 2019 analysis: High role of Current Affairs”
In USA senate hearing last year, Mark Zuckerberg used the term “Artificial Intelligence” 28 times. The term “trust’ occurred 20 times, “freedom” 4 times and “democracy” 3 times. Proliferation of everyday use of Artificial intelligence in the form of chat bots, Smart home systems etc lead us to realize that AI lives as a ‘non-human intelligent actor’ in the society.
We have created a Telegram channel dedicated to Sociology and Social Issues for clutter free materials, strategies and sociological dimensions of current affairs etc.
Link to the channel: https://t.me/SociologyAndSocialIssues
Sample articles shared below. Continue reading “Our All New Telegram Channel”
We are updating Sociological Articles on our Telegram Channel: https://t.me/SociologyAndSocialIssues
“Suppose you are the District Magistrate of ABC district having XYZ problem.” Must have come across this statement in Ethics paper. That’s where all this starts! Continue reading “Dedicated to those who just missed the UPSC final list!”